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The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Memory Book, 2nd Edition

The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Memory Book, 2nd EditionAn Album for Treasuring the Spiritual Celebration

A spiritual keepsake that will become a family heirloom. New edition—updated and expanded! ... more

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  • ISBN 978-1-58023-263-0
  • Category Religion

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Overview

A spiritual keepsake that will become a family heirloom. New edition—updated and expanded!

The companion book to the author’s Putting God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah—100,000 copies in print!

The perfect gift to help a bar or bat mitzvah preserve the spiritual memories of this sacred event. This hands-on album—updated and expanded for this second edition—is designed to help everyone involved better participate in creating the spiritual meaning of this joyful rite of passage.

Created by Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin, author of the award-winning classic Putting God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah, and his wife, author Nina Salkin, this guided album is a wonderfully interactive way to remember important moments and details. Included are special sections to record your family’s history; the hopes, wishes, and memories of influential people in the bar/bat mitzvah’s life; mitzvot performed; contributions to tzedakot and more.

With ample space for writing, reflecting and pasting mementos, this spiritual keepsake gives young people a place to treasure their special experiences and encourages them to prepare for spiritual life as Jewish adults.

Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin is recognized as one of the most thoughtful Jewish writers and teachers of his generation. He has helped people of all ages find spiritual meaning in both the great and small...more

Nina Salkin is a former advertising creative director whose writing addresses social, political, and religious topics. Her work has appeared in the Forward, the New York Times, and Reform Judaism...more